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The Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer's (CHRO) purpose is to provide direction and services to promote a stable and qualified workforce in Oregon state government all the while reflecting the state's values of accountability, equity, excellence and integrity. The CHRO Administration oversees state agencies' human resources (HR) functions: Classification and Compensation, HR Policy, Talent Acquisition, Labor Relations, HR Systems, and Workforce Development.
General inquiries: CHRO.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Classification and Compensation unit is responsible for maintaining the state's compensation plan for approximately 40,000 employees in classified, unclassified, and management service positions. The unit is also responsible for development and maintenance of the classification system.
General inquiries: CHRO.email@example.com
Pay equity questions: CHRO.firstname.lastname@example.org
HR Business Partners partner with DAS and client agencies to provide consultations, recruitment and position management, training and professional development and HR operations and systems.
Workday Oregon provides an enterprise-wide solution for: core HR functionality; recruitment management; classification and compensation; absence management; position management; and talent and performance management. The Workday system integrates with other key enterprise systems, including Oregon state government's payroll and learning management systems.
Workday helpdesk: Workday.email@example.com
LEARNING MANAGMENT SOLUTION (LMS) PROJECT TEAM
LMS project inquiries: LMS.Workday@oregon.gov
Payroll project inquiries: OSPS.Workday@oregon.gov
Labor Relations works collaboratively with 11 labor organizations to administer and negotiate 32 Collective Bargaining Agreements for 33 bargaining units which cover approximately 30,388 state employees. They also administer and negotiate four additional bargaining agreements, which cover approximately 23,300 non-state employee home care workers.
General inquries: LRU@oregon.gov
The Policy section develops and implements workforce development and management strategies for Oregon state government; works closely with other DAS divisions and state agencies to implement new or to revise existing state human resource policies and Oregon Administrative Rules, while implementing “best practice” in human resource management; conducts special studies and research on highly complex policy, program, and human resource management issues and makes recommendations to the Governor’s Office and the Chief Operating Officer; and provides consulting services and technical assistance to state agency human resource offices.
General inquries: CHRO.firstname.lastname@example.org
Execption requests: Exceptions.email@example.com
HR Investigations: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Talent Acquisition team provides assistance in recruiting a skilled, diverse workforce for Oregon state government, and work to increase the number of minority candidates in recruitment pools.
The Workforce Development team focuses on state government's values of accountability, equality, excellence and integrity by partnering with state leadership, managers and employees as internal consultants that provide best-practice workforce strategies, solutions and resources to meet current and future workforce needs. Service areas include management education, leadership development, people and data analytics, employee engagement, and executive/management coaching.
General inquiries: CHRO.WFD@oregon.gov
Training questions: CHRO.email@example.com